PANTERA, WHITE ZOMBIE, QUEENSRŸCHE Featured On 'Whatever: The '90s Pop Culture Box' Collection
PANTERA, WHITE ZOMBIE, QUEENSRŸCHE, MINISTRY and HELMET are among the bands featured on the box set "Whatever: The '90s Pop Culture Box", due July 26 from Rhino, according to Billboard.com. "Whatever: The '90s Pop Culture Box" will span seven discs with 130 songs that collectively defined the commercial modern rock scene or hit high points on pop and rap charts.
The box — which will be adorned with a bag of coffee beans and a thermal wrap sporting faux corporate logos — will include an 84-page book with 1990s timeline, track-by-track commentary and photographs to put the music in context. Music critics Jim DeRogatis and Joel Stein contribute essays to the book, which also includes an interview with Sub Pop president/co-founder Jonathan Poneman.
To view the complete track listing for "Whatever: The '90s Pop Culture Box", go to Billboard.com.
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